Leaving CES is Never Easy
The scene outside the main entrance of the Las Vegas Convention Center is always a bit hectic as the Consumer Electronics Show comes to an end for the day. The cab lines are notoriously long. The Las Vegas monorail looks a lot like Washington's Metro Center station at 5 p.m. on a Friday. And the seats on the numerous shuttle buses that head out to the hotels on The Strip fill quickly.
The truly innovative have bicycles, segways, roller blades or just good old walking shoes to get them to their destinations.
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Posted by: Mike D | January 8, 2007 11:43 PM
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